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Old 05-16-2008, 11:52 PM   #1
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i know they aren't sponsors or anything, but i thought that this was a cool product and people might be interested in it.

http://mastershift.com/index.html
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kinda cool, but looks pricey.
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Old 05-17-2008, 08:59 AM   #3
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kinda cool, but looks pricey.
yeah atleast it gives u an idea what it costs to put one in a vehicle, i'm sure significantly more since its probably more advanced in like a Ferrari or Lambo. their comin out with a setup to use along with airbag systems so you dont need a custom wheel.
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paddle shifted 6 speed...mmmmmmmmmmm
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yeah atleast it gives u an idea what it costs to put one in a vehicle, i'm sure significantly more since its probably more advanced in like a Ferrari or Lambo.
That's also because those are true, clutchless (except to start off in 1st) Sequential Manual Gearboxes.

This system effectively just moves the shifter from the console to the steering wheel. Clutch is STILL needed for EVERY shift.
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